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A 7-year-old Lois James would walk across an ornate iron bridge on the River Seine in Paris looking for her friend, the shoeshiner.
James was a white, upper-class Irish-born girl, and the shoeshiner, a poor, black Parisian man. She thinks now he may have been homeless, but she didn’t know, and her mother didn’t mind. Each day they’d talk, mostly about her improvement in learning French.
Connie Nguyen-Truong, an assistant professor at the Washington State University College of Nursing in Vancouver, and community partners Chiao-Yun Hsiao and Victoria Demchak, will be awarded the R. Davilene Carter Presidential Prize for best manuscript from the American Association for Cancer Education at the group’s annual meeting next month. » continue reading
The YWCA has announced the names of the nine women it will be honoring at its 36th annual Women of Achievement luncheon this fall.
The event has honored more than 230 women since it began. “We definitely want to help bring together individuals in Spokane to honor and acknowledge the amazing contribution of women in our community,” said YWCA Director of Communications Erica Schreiber. “The things they’ve done is just astounding.”
“Nurses are in pivotal positions for this work,” said Schenk, an adjunct faculty member at the Washington State University College of Nursing and leader of nursing research at Providence St. Joseph Health. Sustainability programs require “so many decisions that involve clinical processes, and nurses understand those processes.”
She’s hosted the podcast for about a year, interviewing nurses who are working at the intersection of environment and healthcare. The podcast, which … » More …
Rosemary and Samuel Selinger moved to Spokane in 1978, and if there’s one thing they’ve learned about their adopted hometown, they say, it’s this: small groups of people can make a difference.
They learned it through Rosemary’s extensive board and volunteer experience with local nonprofits, and through Samuel’s work introducing Project Access and the Spokane Prescription Assistance Network to Spokane. » More …